Our Advanced Training improves the quality of PhD work, creates networking opportunities regionally and nationally, and brings cutting-edge expert knowledge to the heart of doctoral training.
Advanced Training Modules (click on the names below for further details)
Educational Research: Purposes, Place and Policy
Children and Research
Evaluating Services, Interventions and Policy (Not running 2020/21)
Mixed Methods in Health Research
Individual & Group Interviews
Social Epidemiology: theories and methods for understanding the social determinants of health (Not running 2020/21)
Measurement Models (Not running 2020/21)
Structural Equation Modelling
Intermediate Quantitative Analysis
Multilevel Modelling for Social Research
Research Methods in Human Rights
Advanced Methods in Psychology
Analytical Research Methods (Not running 2020/21)
Researching Media, Culture & Society (Not running 2020/21)
Archival Methods (Not running 2020/21)
Researching Public Policy and Management (Not running 2020/21)
In addition to their home institution offering, ESRC-funded students will have the option to take advanced training across the consortium. Examples include Digital Methods and Big Social Data (Warwick), Q-Methodology, A Systematic Approach for Interpretive Research Design (Birmingham); and Methodological Implications of Critical Realism (Loughborough).
Further information can be found here.
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